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EarthCam Snaps The Largest Photo Of New York City Ever Taken

A new ‘robotic camera’ has taken the largest and most detailed photo ever of New York City.

The photo has a resolution of 120,000 megapixels – so detailed that you can zoom in for a close look at the Statue of Liberty, even though it’s just a tiny speck in the distance of the main photo.

It’s the work of the new GigapixelCam X80 from EarthCam, which creates hi-res panoramas. You can ‘tour’ the photo yourself at Earthcam.net.’
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